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Old 05-15-2017, 10:59 PM   #1
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Books and resources suggestion for tourneys and sit n go.

I am playing online for about eight months now. At the start of my journey, I won three small stakes tournament. But eventually became a marginally losing player. But I am passionate about the game and I want to learn this game. I am planning to devote this summer to learn poker. I am planning to read the following books: The theory of poker, Sit n go strategy by Moshman, Let there be range, The math of hold'em by Moshman, Kill everyone by Lee Nelson and Dan Harrington series for tourneys. My main focus is tourney and Sit n go. Do you think I am on the right track? Any suggestion would be appreciated.
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Old 05-17-2017, 12:56 AM   #2
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Re: Books and resources suggestion for tourneys and sit n go.

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I am playing online for about eight months now. At the start of my journey, I won three small stakes tournament. But eventually became a marginally losing player. But I am passionate about the game and I want to learn this game. I am planning to devote this summer to learn poker. I am planning to read the following books: The theory of poker, Sit n go strategy by Moshman, Let there be range, The math of hold'em by Moshman, Kill everyone by Lee Nelson and Dan Harrington series for tourneys. My main focus is tourney and Sit n go. Do you think I am on the right track? Any suggestion would be appreciated.
Look in the tournament threads on the forum and post general sng strategy questions there to get better advice on small stakes mtts.

As for books I'd avoid the kill everyone series. I'd read the theory of poker, the mathematics of poker and applications of no limit holdem. I think those books would be better to help you learn the fundamentals.

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